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Bank holidays and the Tube in London

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Trying to plan a visit to Windsor and Hampton Court on May 7th. I was using the journey planner provided by London Transportation and it has a note on the directions that states:

WATERLOO & CITY LINE: Bank Holiday Monday 7 May, suspended. Reported: 22/03/12 10:20 Last Updated: 22/03/12 10:21

What exactly does this mean? We are to take the Bakerloo line to a Southwest Train.at Waterloo Station. I'm assuming that it means the Waterloo and City Lines of the TUBE are down that day which shouldn't affect the Southwest train correct? I'd hate to set out to find out the whole station is down for holiday.

Thanks in advance for any wisdom spread my way concerning this travel.

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